Bamboo will absolutely make you a better spey caster.
Fishing vests haven’t really changed since Lee Wulff cobbled the first one together in 1931. And, for more than 90 years they’ve been… fine. So, when we set out to rethink fly fishing’s most fundamental piece of gear, we didn’t want a simple update. We wanted a once-in-a-century transformation.
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How do Great Lakes steelhead fisheries differ from those on the West Coast? How are they similar? And how can you prepare to travel from one to the other to fish?
Mossy’s Fly Shop provides two-handed expertise in the heart of Alaska
“It’s great to see the fly fishing community putting more of a focus on us as Great Lakes steelheaders and designing these products for the way we fish our Great Lakes streams and rivers.”
I call his rods the John Wesley Hardins of the West… the true grit cowboy that prevailed
Epic Waters trips are not your typical run-of-the-mill steelheading excursions.
From our friends at Confluence Outfitters: Join Gino Bernero and the rest of the Confluence Outfitters guide staff on the Lower Klamath River for a multi-day spey fishing camp. Gino’s camp is situated right on Starwein Riffle, one of the best swing runs on the Lower Klamath. Our guests target chrome bright steelhead just entering […]
I’ve know Dave Reid for about 15 years, since way back in our days in West Michigan. Dave’s now in Idaho, and I’m in Montana, but a few years ago we shared a day on the Clearwater, where he showed me a bamboo single hander he’d made. The taper was his proprietary design, and man […]
I’ve fallen hard over the past few years for the 6-piece Spey rod. It’s really nothing complicated. They break down to almost the size of a 9-foot single hander, so they fit inside your luggage; you don’t need to check an extra “bag” (rod tube) on a flight or find an special spot inside an […]
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